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David Glance

Associate Professor David Glance is director of the UWA Centre for Software Practice, a UWA research and development centre. Originally a physiologist working in the area of vascular control mechanisms in pregnancy, Professor Glance subsequently worked in the software industry for over 20 years before spending the last 10 years at UWA. The UWA CSP has developed the eHealth platform MMEx which has been used to provide electronic patient management in WA and other parts of Australia. Professor Glance’s research interests are in health informatics, public health and software engineering.


Facebook is tracking youngsters’ anxieties

3 May 2017
Once again the social media giant is accused of targeting ads based on a user's emotional state

Estonia is putting its country in the cloud and offering virtual residency

28 Mar 2017
By 2025 it hopes to have 10 million virtual residents

Only Apple’s magic could sell its vastly overpriced watches

13 Apr 2015
The cheapest watch costs $499 (in Australia). A competitor costs $89. Why?

Email overload: time for a human solution

25 Feb 2015
Email providers have a vested interest in the growing burden of the digital messages.

When emails go public

15 Dec 2014
How to avoid sharing the things you should never have said.

Want to comment? Use your real name, please

4 Apr 2014
Is it possible to keep online discussions civil, or must they always drip with vitriol?

Cleaning up online comments

3 Apr 2014
Is it possible to keep online discussions civil, or will they always drip with vitriol?

Your social networks and the secret story of metadata

23 Jul 2013
American intelligence agencies are tracking emails and creating patterns of behaviour. You can do this yourself. Try it.

eU: education goes online

2 Jul 2012
Some of America's best-known universities are trying to leverage their prestige by offering on-line course by leading academics.

The name game: is Google+ building a cathedral or a bazaar?

2 Aug 2011
Google is trying to muscle in on Facebook's turf with its new social network, Google+. But already there are complaints.